Facebook Bonfire: New video chat app to change how you interact with friends

We first heard about Facebook’s Bonfire app earlier this year in July. It was revealed that the company had developed a standalone video chat app. The app has now entered testing. Facebook has quietly released it on the Danish iOS App Store. Those who have a compatible device in the region can now try Facebook’s Bonfire video chat app. When we first heard about this app, it was reported that Bonfire was quite similar to the HouseParty live video chat app. The app enables users to hold video chats with multiple contacts simultaneously while also adding Snapchat-like effects. Users are also able to share pictures to social networks like Facebook and Instagram.Friends that are added to a Bonfire chat will receive a notification about it in Messenger. Once they join the chat, the formats can be switched so that all participants get equal screen real estate or one where the person speaker get’s a bigger video tile.The Next Web reports that the app is only available on the Danish App Store at th

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